Only in Chattanooga will you find such remarkably intriguing places to stay for the night. The Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel, formerly a train station, ensures that your stay will be unlike any other. Between Victorian Train Cars, Hotel Suites, or Standard Rooms, this historic hotel is one to remember.
This southern city is home to many of the world’s most distinct destinations. While the Tennessee Aquarium is the world’s largest freshwater aquarium, home to 10,000 animals, the Walnut Street Bridge is the world’s longest pedestrian bridge, being completed in 1891. Between that and many more, you are sure to see what makes Chattanooga so special.
With Chattanooga’s variety, your taste buds are in for a treat. From mouthwatering southern BBQ or a savory grilled burger to thirst quenching locally brewed beer, this city stands out amongst the most diversely appetizing destinations in the south.
Whether you enjoy experiencing a city’s atmosphere or the beauties of nature, Chattanooga has a place for you. The Bluff View Art District is a cozy nest for creative artists, bakers, and gardeners. Lookout Mountain offers an extraordinary view of the Tennessee Valley and America’s largest publically accessible underground waterfall.
Chattanooga ensures that family fun remains a staple in the south. For over 85 years Lake Winnepesaukah has served as Chattanooga’s prized amusement park with its 35 rides, paddleboats, and miniature golf and picnic areas. The Creative Discovery Museum and the Hunter Museum of American Art offer intellectual opportunities for families to experience together.
Looking for an exciting evening of baseball? Check out the Chattanooga Lookouts, the minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. For over 125 years the Lookouts have serviced the city with an energizing atmosphere and triumphant team play.
Chattanooga Tennessee (also known as the scenic city) is one of the largest cities in Tennessee and has a population of over 150,000. It sits next to two major lakes - Chickamauga and Nickajack – on the south end of Tennessee, just north of Georgia. Surrounded by picturesque mountains and ridges, the city has an interesting landscape that creates a powerful mix of urban and rustic scenery. Chattanooga is noted as being a particularly affordable travel destination and has been rated by Forbes in the top 10 best “Band for Your Buck” cities.
There are numerous attractions in Chattanooga. Along with natural attractions such as caverns and vivacious waterfronts, there are also cultural landmarks such as the famed Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel and its large model train. Other notable landmarks are the Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga Zoo, and Ruby Falls.
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